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When I run some chrome app such as...

google-chrome -app=chrome-extension://kjebfhglflhjjjiceimfkgicifkhjlnm/index.html

...it always starts two windows, one in app mode, and another in the usual window.

I'd like the application to only start in app mode. What is the (or is there a) command line option to accomplish this?

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What about running google chrome extensions through chrome interface? – Ishikawa Yoshi Aug 29 '12 at 15:10
    
@IshikawaYoshi thanks,but in some circumstance,I prefer command line – 张 源 Aug 30 '12 at 2:01
up vote 2 down vote accepted

There is an -app-id argument for starting up with extensions.

google-chrome -app-id=kjebfhglflhjjjiceimfkgicifkhjlnm

Should do the trick.

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